Back Taxes – Memorial Houston Killer Tax Relief
Back Taxes Memorial Houston Solutions
Memorial Houston, Texas residents, do you owe money on any unfiled delinquent returns or back tax returns that you cannot fully pay when you send in the returns? Do you need help with back taxes? Are you seeking tax relief? You may be able to set up an installment agreement with the IRS to settle your back tax debt. Our firm offers legal advice to residents of Memorial Houston, Texas concerning back taxes and the IRS. If you cannot afford to make any payments due to extreme financial hardship then you can consider an Offer in Compromise or filing Bankruptcy as a solution. Call us today to discuss your options for back tax help! (713) 774 4467
Memorial Houston’s History
In the 1960s, Houston was experiencing a period of suburban growth as the city expanded beyond the traditional area inside the Interstate 610 loop. After the construction of Interstate 10 through the city in 1968, the area where Memorial now resides became favorable to developers. At first, the Memorial area was sparsely populated and contained mostly empty land and farms, plus the few farm-to-market roads and thoroughfares. Development began in the late 1960s, as upper-middle-class subdivisions, mostly along the Buffalo Bayou, were built along with the accompanying government facilities (schools, police and fire services, etc.) This sudden arrival of widespread development also encouraged commercial growth along the main roads that criss-crossed the area, including the major road Memorial Drive.
Memorial Houston’s Local Government
Most of Memorial is located within the City of Houston, however, all of the Villages are located in Memorial and they elect their own mayors and councils and do not vote for Houston officials. Nearly all of Memorial is located in the Spring Branch Independent School District with areas west of Eldridge Road located within the boundaries of Katy Independent School District.Memorial voters are reliably Republican and fairly conservative. In Texas, local elections are officially non-partisan, and Memorial voters usually cast most of their ballots for the more conservative candidates.In the first 1991 Mayor of Houston election, Bob Lanier received more votes than any other candidate in Memorial.
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